2006-07:One of four Bulldogs to appear in all 32 games ... averaged 28.5 minutes ... led the Bulldogs beyond the arc with a .364 three-point percentage (87-239) ... also led the team with a .821 free throw percentage (23-28) ... fourth on the team averaging 10.5 points per game ... had 22 steals, 27 assists and 69 total rebounds ... set a career and season-high 27 points against Sam Houston State February 17 ... had a season-high six rebounds at New Mexico State February 24 ... had 23 points against UC Irvine November 12 ... went 5-for-11 from downtown in a game at New Mexico State February 24 ... had his best three-point percentage (.700) 7-of-10 against Sam Houston State February 17 ... had 21 points in the first-round of the NIT Tournament at Georgia Bulldogs.
Cecil Community College: Helped the program and the school to its first national team title, which won the NJCAA Division II championship on March 25, 2006 with a 64-63 victory over Kirkwood Community College (the Seahawks became the first NJCAA Division II men's basketball team to be ranked No. 1 in the preseason poll, be ranked No. 1 in the final poll prior to the postseason and to win the national championship) ... garnered tournament MVP honors after scoring game-high 26 points ... selected as the NJCAA Division II Player of the Year, guided CCC to a 33-2 record, averaged 23.3 points and shot 40.0% from three-point (117-of-292) ... first team All-American, all-region and all-conference ... also received all-tournament honors at the Odessa Thanksgiving Shootout, Cecil Holiday Tournament (MVP), Maryland JUCO State Tournament (MVP) and the Region 20B Tournament ... redshirted the 2004-05 season ... in 2003-04, averaged 18.3 points per game after shooting 46.0% (208-452) from the field and 40.5% (104-257) beyond the arc ... averaging 27 minutes of play, he also converted 47 of 63 free throw attempts for a 74.6 free throw percentage and finished his rookie season with 567 points in 31 games played ... part of a record-setting squad as the Seahawks led the nation in scoring by averaging 104.9 points while holding opponents to 76 points ... two-time all-tournament pick after team won the Dundalk Holiday Tournament and the Maryland JUCO State Tournament .... in two-year career at Cecil, scored the second highest number of points (1,290) and finished as the school's career 3-point leader (221) while leading Cecil to a 61-6 record.
Pocomoke High School: Played two full years on the varsity squad and directed PHS to a state title his junior year and a state runner-up finish his senior season ... in his two years as a varsity starter for the Warriors, Pocomoke went 50-3 ... two-time Bayside All-Conference pick wrapped up his prep career by totaling more than 1,200 points to finish among the school's all-time top 10 scoring leaders.
Personal: Born May 30, 1985 ... parents are Edward Hinmon and Cynthia Nock ... one of seven children ... hobbies include basketball, bowling and pool ... favorite athlete is Tracy McGrady ... biggest athletic thrill is dunking ... admires his mother the most ... was recruited out of the junior college ranks by Florida, Indiana, Providence, Rutgers, Texas, USC, UAB and St. Bonaventure, among others.
Fresno State Career Statistics
Year GP-GS Min FG-A PCT 3FG-A PCT FT-A PCT REB AVG PF-FO A TO BLK ST TP AVG 2006-07 32-16 911 113-295 .383 87-239 .364 23-28 .821 69 2.2 45 27 25 11 22 336 10.5
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